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Senior Games Pioneers Receive Distinguished Service Awards during 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana

Founders of Games in Maryland and Georgia recognized for contributions to growth of Games ST. PAUL, Minn. (July 10, 2015) - The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) only gives out two service awards, and bestows them only once every two years in conjunction with the National Senior Games, the largest multi-sport event in the world for people age 50 and over. In 2015, pioneers of the Senior Gam...
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68 is the New 40?

Seniors Who Exercise Can Shave a Quarter-Century—Or More—Off Of Their Age National Senior Games Association Survey Reveals Vital Stats on Fitness Age of Athletes BATON ROUGE, La. (June 30, 2015) – Just in time for the start of the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana, The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) — a Multi-Sports Council Member of the United States Olympic Committee — tod...
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National Senior Games Announces a New Hire

BATON ROUGE, LA (April 12, 2012) – The National Senior Games Association (NSGA), producers of the largest multi-sport event in the world for adults 50 and over, is announcing the hire of the Director of Digital Services. Director of Digital Services – Jay B. Hall. Jay was the Registration Manager for the 2011 National Senior Games presented by Humana in Houston, Texas. He has a Bachelors degr...
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The Torch Has Passed

Houston, Texas, June 30, 2011 - - The 2011 Summer National Senior Games presented by Humana came to a close today when the last disk slid down the shuffleboard court at the George R. Brown Convention Center.Chairman of the Board of Directors of the 2011 Houston Local Organizing Committee and President and CEO of Houston’s Memorial Hermann Health Care System Dan Wolterman stated, “Houston was honor...
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Female athlete sets three new records at senior games

Houston, Texas, June 20, 2011 - - 58-year old Kay Glynn of Hastings, Iowa set new World, U.S. Masters and Senior Games records in her age group in the pole vault today, clearing 10 feet, one and a quarter inches.In the 4th day of competition at the 2011 Summer National Senior Games presented by Humana, 64-year old Phil Raschker of Marietta, Georgia cleared 8 feet, six and a quarter inches, beating...
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Let the Games Begin!

Houston, Texas, June 16, 2011 - - As the sky glowed from the lighting of the Senior Games Cauldron, more than 10-thousand senior men and women athletes from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign countries began 14 days of going for the gold in 800 separate competitions. The world’s largest multi-sport event for athletes age 50 and older is being conducted at 13 separate venu...
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Reliant Energy torch relay launches at Johnson Space Center

Houston, Texas, June 8, 2011 - - The Reliant Energy Torch Relay will launch at the Johnson Space Center today at 10:00 a.m. before continuing its eight day journey en route to Houston. Apollo 7 Astronaut Walter Cunningham will light the Fitness Flame and take the first orbit around the Saturn V rocket display. From the Space Center the torch will go to Corpus Christi on June 9. Cunningham said, “T...
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Reliant Energy torch relay travels 1k miles across Texas in advance of 2011 senior games

HOUSTON – The Reliant Energy Torch Relay began its more than 1,000-mile journey across Texas today to light the way to the 2011 Summer National Senior Games presented by Humana, the world’s largest multi-sport event for men and women over the age of 50.Starting from the Johnson Space Center on June 8, the eight-day torch relay tour, sponsored by Reliant Energy, will travel to Corpus Christi, San A...
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07 May 2017
Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: Dick Lane, 87, Livonia, Michigan  An exciting new development for the 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana ...
01 April 2017
Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: Julia Hawkins, 101, Baton Rouge, Louisiana As we often say, it’s never too late to get into The Games. It’s also never too...
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Lee Stadem, 89, Sioux Falls, South Dakota You might say Leroy “Lee” Stadem has a reverence for sports and fitness. He believes that keepin...
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Personal Best Featured Athletes
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